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100,000 Panamanian Construction Workers Could Go On Strike

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TODAY PANAMA  On April 1, 100,000 construction workers could go on strike if the Construction Chamber and the Labor Ministry keep refusing to solve their demands on the signing of a collective agreement. In a TV interview the secretary general of the Union of Construction Workers and Similar, Saul Mendez, said every member of that body, the most powerful in the country, are called for a general strike that day.

panama-huelga-construccHe recalled the strike will be effective 32 days before the general elections scheduled for May 4, in which people will elect a new President, mayors and deputies.

Mendez announcement occurred a day after workers left a negotiation table with the Panamanian Chamber of Construction to sign the new collective convention that will rule the industry until 2017.

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Directors of the Chamber said they are willing to increase the salary of the workers, but not to the levels they demand. Nevertheless the Chamber has not presented a counterproposal.

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